Chi McBride will guest-star on the season finale of Suits, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
McBride, 49, will play District Attorney Wolf, who appears in the wake of a scandal that shakes up the District Attorney's office. Harvey (Gabriel Macht) comes to Wolf for help on an old case, but quickly learns that...
Stana Katic, Michael Dorn
In the aftermath of being shot in Castle's Season 3 finale, Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) will be ordered to see a psychiatrist. And he is out of this world.
Castle exclusive: Meet Castle and Beckett's new boss!
Star Trek: The Next Generation star Michael Dorn has been tapped for the juicy recurring role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The erstwhile Lt. Commander Worf will first appear in the Season 4 premiere, and at least one other episode, according to executive producer Laurie Zaks, who says Beckett's time on the shrink's couch may also hold some key answers about the evolution of Beckett's relationship with Castle (Nathan Fillion).
"It's going to dredge up a whole bunch of stuff," Zaks says....
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ringer
Before she was Buffy, Sarah Michelle Gellar played Kendall Hart, the daughter of Erica Kane (Susan Lucci) on All My Children. With the soap opera going off the air in September, Gellar has made plans to return — but not as Kendall. In fact, she doesn't exactly know what she'll be doing at all, since Kendall has been played Alicia Minshew for the past several years.
"I can today officially confirm that I will be doing a guest-spot," Gellar said Thursday during the fall TV preview session for her new CW series Ringer. "When I heard the show was canceled, I didn't understand....
Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles
Supernatural is by no means over; One Tree Hill still is.
"It is not intended to be the last season" of Supernatural, Pedowitz told reporters Thursday at the network's fall TV preview. That said, "we'll see where the ratings go."
He added that CW executives want the show — which, he said, is "no longer about the demon of the week but the love of two brothers" — to continue beyond Season 7.
Nick Offerman, Ben Schwartz
Are you ready for Tammy, Ground Zero?
Parks and Recreation executive producer Mike Schur tells TVGuide.com exclusively that the show is on the hunt for an actress to play Ron Swanson's mother, "who is exactly what you'd imagine the woman who gave birth to Ron Swanson to be like."
Michael C. Hall, Kristen Bell
Showtime's raunchy comedy House of Lies will premiere on Sunday, Jan. 8, between the returns of Shameless and Californication, Showtime's president of entertainment announced to TV critics during fall previews Thursday.
"We're not an advertiser environment, so we have the ability to push the limits," David Nevins said. "Beneath [the show]'s glossy, fancy prettiness is a really subversive show. It's an R-rated comedy that's really addictive in a way that no one else can get away with."
Showtime's political and psychological thriller Homeland asks the question: What's the price of 9/11 to this country?
But according to the executive producer Howard Gordon, the fact that the show is airing just weeks after the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks and months after Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. forces is somewhat dumb luck.
Check out photos of the Homeland cast
"The timing is significant, accidental and fortuitous," Gordon said at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews. "It is just a confluence of events. It turns out to be quite fortuitous, as are a number of other things that seem to affect the way this show is going to be viewed. Osama bin Laden was killed when were shooting Episode 2, eerily like the scene of [star Damian Lewis'] rescue."
Just months after leaving The Office, Steve Carell is returning to TV — albeit behind the scenes — with a new interview series on Showtime.
Laughing Stock, executive-produced by Carell and David Steinberg, will bring on comedy greats from the last five decades for one-on-one discussions about their careers, influences and the evolution of comedy with Steinberg (Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg).
Mary Lynn Rajskub
Reporters had plenty of questions for Mary Lynn Rajskub about a possible 24 movie. Unfortunately, the woman who played computer whiz Chloe O'Brian for nine seasons on Fox's spy drama had few answers. "I've heard nothing. I've seen nothing," Rajskub told reporters at CBS' fall TV previews Wednesday about the long-rumored project.
Brian Grazer: 24 movie due for 2012 release
Shortly after Fox announced that 24's eighth season would be its last, reports surfaced that Jack Bauer would...